If I had known that swapping my daughter’s regular cups for the adorably sophisticated, sustainable Kupp glasses would change her drinking habits so positively, I would have done so way before now. She drinks her fresh juices, nut milks and water with ease, now that she has her own line of colorful and chic glasses. Kupp is the invention of Kate Diver – a mother and an Eco-warrior. Kate’s mission was to create a line of drinkware specifically for kids made from chemical-free, non-leaching materials that would promote healthy drinking habits while teaching kids about responsibility and sustainability – and she has done just that.
The Kupp glasses are catered to children ages 3 and up – they are beautifully designed with a durable glass tumbler encased in a BPA/BPS-free food-grade silicone sleeve. The sleeve is outfitted with a handle and peekaboo cutouts in the center. There are four bright colors in the collection – red, blue, orange and yellow. My daughter is truly ga-ga for these glasses, she loves the non-kiddy look of them and the colorful tones. She requests the color that she wants to drink from and rushes to the kitchen to wash and put it away. I love the fact that it is plastic-free and easy to recycle. They are also sized perfectly to hold up to 6 oz. of liquid. The glasses are lightweight and easy for little ones to hold, they are also easy to clean and dishwasher safe. I would recommend the Kupp glasses to all parents of little ones, they will love the colors and the big-kid feel of them and you will love the health and environmental benefits of them. Visit their website for more information and to purchase and be sure to keep in touch with them on facebook and twitter.